Saltwater Discovered on Mars, Rover Kicked Off For Not Actively Fishing

NASA discovers water on mars,
Marvin, a MPS ranger, kicking Rover off planet for not actively fishing.

NASA announced today that briny or saltwater has been discovered on Mars.  Immediately after the discovery the Mars Park Service ranger Marvin, kicked the rover off the planet for not actively fishing.  “We
were studying this new Mars dune formation and next thing you know, MPS Is On Scene.  They are yelling at Lenny, he won’t stop running so Ranger Martin vaporized them with his Illudium PU-36 Explosive Space Modulator.  It’s okay he was just an intern, one of our red shirts.”

NASA is now working on a rod holder and the proper gear for surf fishing on Mars.  This is an important discovery as we are running out of beaches here on Earth to fish.   

However the newly discovered Mars plover is creating a few issues with access points.  Also there have been reports of a Merrapin sighting, a rare rough back turtle species native to Mars’ beaches.  The sand worms are another problem but they never leave the dune system.
 The summer months will be the best to surf fish in the balmy 70 degree weather. Minus the small issue of no substantial water formations, surf fishing is still very difficult on Mars.  Winter surf fishing will be slow since the temperatures will drop to minus sixty plus degrees.  

Matching the hatch will be critical to any fishing, we just aren’t sure what is swimming around up there yet.  We keep hearing about these giant sand worms in the dunes.  Maybe we can use one for bait.  Once NASA gets the Rover reequipped to surf fish and a proper MNP ORV tag we will get back to you.   

Fish On!!   
Rich King

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